Sat, 02/08/2014 - 4:25pm

Intellidance Babies

Do you love to dance, sing and play? Is your background in childhood development or education? Are you seeking a fulfilling career that allows you to build a successful business, while meeting your personal and family needs? Are you currently an early childhood professional looking to add more movement and music to your current program? 

Becoming a Certified Intellidance® Instructor could be the solution you have been looking for!

2014 Training with Intellidance®

Jessica Baudin-Griffin

In-person training will be offered at Intellidance® headquarters (J'Adore Dance Studio) in Edmonton, Alberta, June 21-25 2014, with creator Jessica Baudin-Griffin. Training days will run from 9am-4pm daily. 

The cost to attend the 5 days of Instructor Certification is $1000.00. This does not include food, accomodatation, or travel costs which will be the responsibility of the certifying instructor. 

Upon successful completion of training, instructors will be certified to teach the following programs:

  • Intellidance® Babies (3-11 months)
  • Intellidance® Tykes (12-24 months)
  • Intellidance® Tots (2-4 years)
  • Intellidance® Kids (3-5 years, unparented)

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Sun, 02/02/2014 - 3:51pm

On January 27, 2014 Alberta Prime Time aired a feature on the Intellidance® programs and the founder Jessica Baudin-Griffin.  Learn more about what makes the Intellidance® a unique, award winning series of early childhood dance programs for ages 0-5 and their caregivers.

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Mon, 03/31/2014 - 2:57pm

Winter here in Winnipeg is cold and seems to go on forever.  So what’s a mom to do to keep her little one occupied?  Simple! Just crack open the cupboards and let them play!  No, I don’t necessarily mean the pots and pans or the Tupperware, although both are great options.  We like messy play over here, so of course we are in the pantry.  This really simple activity bought us a playdate, two happy babies, and about 45 minutes of play and exploration that didn’t require too much baby proofing.

We used a drop cloth (plastic tablecloth from the dollar store) to contain the mess, some construction paper, a can of sweetened condensed milk, and two drops of food colouring per container. 

Sweetened Condensed Milk Finger Paint

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